Guided tours in Belgrade

72 excursions and activities in Belgrade are offered at reasonable prices and may be booked online.

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Can Belgrade really be seen in a single day?

Located on the confluence of the Sava and the Danube rivers, Beogradska Tvrava was a strategically important place to both the Romans and the Byzantines. The fortress is now home to several museums and a beautiful park.

Nikola Tesla Museum

Located in Belgrade, Serbia, the Tesla Museum is a great place to learn about the life of the American electrical engineer Nikola Tesla. In addition to the main exhibit, there are many other interesting features of this museum.

The main feature of the Tesla Museum is its interactive experience. Visitors can learn about the inventor's discoveries and get an up close look at his machines. You can even touch a lightning bolt. You can even buy Tesla related souvenirs at the gift shop.

The best part about the museum is that you can actually video record inside it. There is also a short film about Tesla.

In addition to the main exhibits, the museum has a gift shop where you can buy books about the inventor. There is a huge collection of documents about the inventor, as well as some of his original drawings and books.

Another cool feature of the Tesla Museum is the fact that it is the only museum in the world that is actually a memorial to a notable person. The ashes of the inventor are kept in a golden orb.

The Nikola Tesla Museum is also the home of the largest collection of original documents about the inventor. It contains thousands of original photos, journals and drawings. The ground floor contains the museum's archives.

It is a must see when visiting Belgrade. The museum is part of the UNESCO Memory of the World program, which preserves documents that relate to the world's knowledge.



Located in the heart of Belgrade, Skadarlija is one of the city's most iconic sights. It is a pedestrian-only zone. It is known for its laid-back, artistic atmosphere and is a popular destination for travelers. This historic street is packed with restaurants, hotels and antique shops.

This is a perfect place to enjoy traditional Serbian food and local beer. There are many restaurants along this street, and each one is different. Depending on your budget, you can choose from affordable and upscale eateries. You can also find restaurants that serve only national cuisine.

This is one of the most vibrant neighborhoods in Belgrade. It has plenty of green spaces, parks, museums and galleries. It is also a great place for couples and young families.

The neighborhood is lined with museums, galleries and souvenir shops. It is also home to some of the best restaurants in Belgrade. In addition, you will find local artists and musicians performing here.

The streets are paved with old cobblestones. In fact, this is one of the oldest parts of Belgrade. The neighborhood has been renovated in recent years, but it is still very much a part of the history of the city.

The best way to experience Skadarlija is to go in the evening. There is a variety of bars and restaurants that play traditional music. You can also watch the street performers.

Aside from this, you can also enjoy some of the best traditional Serbian food. In addition, you can also have a drink at the Sebilj fountain. This is a fountain that was brought to Belgrade from Sarajevo. It is located near the Republic Square and is a popular tourist spot.


Novi Beograd

Known as New Belgrade, Novi Beograd is one of the best places to visit in Belgrade. It is part of the city's 'city within a city', a planning philosophy that reflects international architecture and ideas. It has been a victim of the Yugoslav wars, but has recovered well and now enjoys a thriving population.

This area is a popular hangout for locals. It offers a wide range of food and shopping options. It is also a great place to take a stroll. You can find traditional Serbian restaurants, cafes, and boutiques.

Another place that you must visit is the Church of St Sava, a orthodox church that is one of the largest religious buildings in the world. It is still under construction, but the exterior is gorgeous. The church is a tourist landmark in Belgrade. The interior features a lot of impressive artwork.

You will find a lot of museums in Belgrade that preserve the country's history. The National Museum of Belgrade is one of the oldest institutions in the city. It spans prehistoric times to the 20th century and contains a vast array of exhibits. It contains rare photographs and documents as well as national flags and historical manifestos.

If you are interested in more modern art, you may want to visit the Museum of Contemporary Art. It displays works of avant-garde Zenitism and Surrealism. It is a controversial topic in Belgrade because it was bombed during the 1999 NATO attacks.


During World War I, Belgrade was heavily bombarded. This meant that many people fled to Zemun. Today, this bohemian neighborhood is a lively place with late night bars and cafes.

The best way to see the city is on a walking tour. The area has a lot to offer and you will want to spend at least a day exploring it.

The National Museum of Serbia is a great place to learn about local history and culture. It houses a wide range of artifacts including ancient pottery and paintings. The grounds are also a lovely place to stroll.

The Opera & Theatre Madlenianum is a cultural landmark in Zemun. It is one of the best places to see in Serbia and offers a real example of Gothic art. Its interior features a beautiful carved iconostasis and glittering icons.

There is also a lot to do in the Zemun area. You can walk along the riverside promenade and try some fish specialties. You can even catch a boat ride. There is also a wild animal sanctuary called the Great War Island, which you can reach on foot.

Alternatively, you can visit Zemun's historical symbol, the Gardos Tower. It offers a spectacular view of the city and the Danube.

Another important cultural monument is the Karamata family house. This three-part building is in the central part of Zemun. The ground floor is a simple house while the rest is made of a simple attic roof and a basement.

Saint Sava Church

Among the most beautiful places to visit in Belgrade is the Temple of Saint Sava. This is a large Orthodox church that was built in honor of the founder of the Serbian church. It is located on Vracar plateau in Belgrade.

The exterior of the church is made from white marble. The interior is covered in gold. The canopy of the church is 269 feet high. It is the second-largest Orthodox church in the world. Its dome resembles that of Hagia Sophia.

It is a symbol of faith for the people of Serbia. It is considered the largest church in the Balkans. Its history is a complicated one. It was built on a site where Saint Sava's relics were burned by the Turkish grand vizier Koca Sinan Pasha in 1595. It was later rebuilt.

In January of 2019, Russian President Vladimir Putin visited St. Sava's temple. He laid a stone in the mosaic to show his commitment to the project. He also announced that Russia would provide assistance with the construction of the mosaic cladding.

The main dome of the church is 134 m tall. It is topped by a golden cross. It is double-shelled and stands on a pendentive. It is surrounded by 18 crosses on smaller domes.

The naos of the church is 46 meters wide. It is also a symbol of faith for the people of Belgrade. It is a place where Belgraders gather to share joy and sorrow.

National Museum of Serbia

Among the best places to visit in Belgrade is the National Museum of Serbia. This institution is home to collections of over 400,000 artifacts and masterpieces, including pieces of Italian, Flemish, and Dutch artwork. The museum displays art from the Paleolithic era to the twentieth century.

The museum is spread over 5000 square meters. Visitors can explore the museum on three levels, and there is a large space dedicated to numismatics. There are also various grounds that can be enjoyed. A tour will take around three hours.

The National Museum of Serbia is located on Republic Square. It is near the National Theatre. It has a beautiful facade that resembles Renaissance buildings. The building was designed by Serbian architects Andra Stevanovic and Nikola Nestorovic.

The National Museum is made up of 34 collections. These include archaeological objects, Flemish and Dutch artwork, and a collection of Greek-Hellenistic and mediaeval art. The museum is free to enter on Sundays.

The National Museum of Serbia was founded in 1844. It is one of the oldest museums in Belgrade. Its collections have been selected by the best Serbian experts. The museum is also home to a highly developed conservation and restoration center.

The museum is housed inside a spectacular architectural structure from the early twentieth century. The interior features a magnificent temple with a dome that is 30m in diameter. The dome is decorated with complex mosaic decorations made of natural stone.

Belgrade - Excursions and day trips

Taking day trips from Belgrade is a great way to see the sights and enjoy the scenery. There are many destinations within a reasonable distance from Belgrade that can be easily accessed. Some of these attractions include archaeological sites, nature reserves, and wine regions. You can also take a cruise on the Danube River, which includes information on local history and points of interest from the Roman and medieval eras.

For a cultural experience, consider visiting the ancient city of Viminacium. This site is full of evidence of the earliest days of human civilization in Europe. You can also explore the Resavska Cave, which is a cave that is eight million years old. This site can be reached by car in two hours. If you are interested in wine tasting, Kovacevic Winery offers wine cellar tours and packages. You can also try a meal at the Gornjak Restaurant, which is located in the town of Krupajsko Vrelo.

If you prefer to take a day trip from Belgrade, consider visiting Lake Palic. This is a popular spot for locals to fish and hike. It is especially beautiful at sunset. There is an annual movie festival that takes place here. You can also visit Arandelovac, a spa resort that is located near Orasac. There are also numerous hotels and guesthouses in the area.

The city of Zemun is located outside of Belgrade. There are many colorful houses here, along with a cemetery next to a cheerful yellow Orthodox church. The Hapsburg influence can be seen in the city. This is a place where locals are proud to live. A monument to the Kosmaj Partisans, a group of fighters who fought against Nazis during WWII, is found here.

The city of Drvengrad is home to a Stanley Kubrick Cinema, which features films by Emir Kusturica. The town is full of vintage cars, and it is also a great ethno village to check out. The streets are named after famous people, and the town is known for its traditional architecture. You can also visit the Podrinje Gate, a lookout on the Drina River.

If you are looking for a more adventurous day trip from Belgrade, you can visit the mountain of Mt Kosmaj. This is 40km south of the capital and is located in the city of Sopot. You can choose to visit Mt Kosmaj by car or on a bus. There are several hiking trails and biking opportunities here, and you can spend a day exploring the mountains.

Another popular day trip from Belgrade is the Sargan 8 Railroad, a narrow gauge train that goes through the countryside. This train has an old-world look and is said to be one of the most scenic train rides in all of Europe. You can visit the fortress of Golubac while you are here, or you can combine it with other organized tours. You can also visit the village of Obrez, which is situated on the edge of the Obedska Bara nature reserve.

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